Highlands and Islands Green Energy Conference

8th June 2022 10:00 am

The Highlands and Islands impact in developing Scotland as a Global Green Energy leader.

Scotland has set itself a tough target of hitting net-zero targets by 2045, five years ahead of the rest of the UK.

Energy transition from oil and gas to renewables is already underway, but can Scotland become a world-leader in this sector? What role does the Highlands and Islands play in achieving that goal and what practical steps are needed to ensure is it achievable? Join our experts in a focused debate on the challenges and opportunities for H&I as Scotland aims to position itself as a global leader in green energy transition.

Scotsman Conferences are delighted to bring this new LIVE event to the heart of the Highlands and Islands, promoting the discussion to the wider audiences through our extensive media framework.

Agenda:

10.00 – Delegate registration with tea, coffee and networking

10.30 – Welcome and opening remarks

10.40 – Keynote: The Highlands and Islands Green Energy Landscape: Stuart Black, Chief Executive, Highlands and Islands Enterprise

11.10 – Developing, retaining & attracting skilled roles for H&I: Panel discussion with Q&A

12.10 – Ministerial Keynote: The importance of H&I contribution to Scotland’s targets

12.40 – Networking Lunch

13.30 – Innovation and transitioning towards renewable energy systems (Powering communities for a just transition: Targeted Oil and Gas Decarbonisation): Panel discussion with Q&A

14.30 – Infrastructure and supporting business networks to achieve success: Panel discussion with Q&A

15.30 – Closing remarks

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Highlands and Islands Green Energy Conference

8th June 2022 10:00 am

How will the Highlands and Islands impact on developing Scotland as a Global Green Energy leader?

Energy transition from oil and gas to renewables is already underway, but can Scotland become a world-leader in this sector? What role does the Highlands and Islands play in achieving that goal and what practical steps are needed to ensure is it achievable? Join our experts in a focused debate on the challenges and opportunities for H&I as Scotland aims to position itself as a global leader in green energy transition.

Scotsman Conferences are delighted to bring this new LIVE event to the heart of the Highlands and Islands, promoting the discussion to the wider audiences through our extensive media framework.

Agenda:

10.00 – Delegate registration with tea, coffee and networking

10.30 – Welcome and opening remarks from The Chair
Charlotte Stamper, Scottish Renewables

10.40 – Keynote: The Highlands and Islands Green Energy Landscape
Stuart Black, Chief Executive, Highlands and Islands Enterprise

11.10 – Developing, retaining & attracting skilled roles for H&I: Panel discussion with Q&A

Panellists:

  • Mina Hanna, PowerHouse project manager, The University of Highlands and Islands
  • Stephen Sheridan, Skills Development Scotland
  • Graham Neville, NatureScot
  • 2 more panellists TBC

12.10 – Ministerial Virtual Address: The importance of H&I contribution to Scotland’s targets: Michael Matheson MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Net Zero, Energy and Transport

12.30 – Networking Lunch

13.20 – Innovation and transitioning towards renewable energy systems (Powering communities for a just transition: Targeted Oil and Gas Decarbonisation): Panel discussion with Q&A

  • Audrey MacIver, Director of Energy and Low Carbon, Highland and Islands Enterprise (chair)
  • Peter Dennis, Project manager, Wave Energy Scotland
  • The European Marine Energy Centre
  • 2 more panellists TBC

14.20 – Infrastructure and supporting business networks to achieve success: Panel discussion with Q&A

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